Robust and Simple Ionization

Protects Your Mass Spectrometer from High-Concentration Samples

 

To prevent instrument fouling, samples with unknown concentration levels should not be injected directly into a mass spectrometer. Extensive experience or precautionary sample dilution is normally required to protect a laboratory's investment in a mass spectrometer. However, the DPiMS-2020 is able to minimize the quantity injected into the MS because it only ionizes and measures the trace quantity of liquid that clings to the probe tip.

 

Furthermore, whereas preparation for analysis on an LC-MS system requires time and effort to prepare samples, prepare mobile phases, and develop analytical conditions, preparation for the DPiMS-2020 involves simply dripping samples onto the plate or mixing with a solvent. Also, measurement results can be obtained in only two to four minutes, which makes it perfect for quick screening.

 

 

Easy Operation and Maintenance

Probe Replacement

Easy operation is a fundamental feature of the DPiMS-2020. For example, probes can be inserted in or removed from the probe mounting position in the ionization unit by simply gripping the probe with tweezers.

 

 

Desolvation Line Replacement

The easy maintenance design of the LCMS-2020 is preserved in the DPiMS-2020. The Desolvation Line (DL), used to deliver sample to the vacuum section, can be quickly and easily replaced without breaking vacuum. MS downtime is minimized, allowing higher throughput.

 

 

PESI MS Solution Software

 

This PESI MS Solution software is used to control the probe, edit MS method files, and start measurements.
Scan range and SIM settings are specified via the method editing window in LabSolutions LCMS software. Analysis can be started easily by selecting the probe control mode and MS method in the PESI MS Solution. During analysis, the status can be confirmed in the LabSolutions LCMS window.

 

 

 

iFlagger

 

LCMS Measurement Result Judgment Assistance Software (Option)

  • iFlagger automatically analyzes samples and determines judgment results.
  • Judgment results are graphically displayed in an intuitive easy-to-understand manner.
  • Details for judgment results can be output in text or CSV format.
  • Judgment criteria can be customized.

 

• A customized combination of various judgment criteria can be used to support analyzing a wide range of target substances.